The “Growth of Telugu literature in Andhra” (from 1300 A.D 1600 A.D) is studied in detailed. The nobles and chiefs of Kakatiyas protected the Andhra region from the attacks of Muslim invaders and carved small kingdoms in the Telugu region. The small kingdoms established by different dynasties such as the chefs of Musunuri Nayakas, the Reddies of Kondavidu and Rajahmundry, the Velamas of Rachakonda and Devarakonda, besides the Rayas of Vijayanagar the Bahamanis of Gulbarga as the neighbouring kingdoms that founded the second early part of 14th century A.D. These dynasties struggle with each other to strengthened and consolidated there Kingdoms. Among the dynasties the Rayas of Vijayanagar defeated the Sulthans of Madhurai, the Reddies of Kondavidu and Rajahmundry, the Velamas of Rachakonda and Devarakonda, the Bahamanis of Gulbarga. The Rayas of Vijayanagar defeated the Gajapatis of Orissa during the time of Krishnadevaraya and made alliances with them. The Rayas subdued the Mainer dynasties that ruled south India particularly the Andhra and Tamil countries and founded a strong Hindu empire in South India.